Colonel Harry Dolton, a native of Jackson, Mississippi, spent 30 years in the Army, serving in the Field Artillery, teaching history at West Point, and filling a variety of staff positions in European and NATO affairs. After retiring from active duty in 1999, he was a civilian senior analyst for the Army Staff’s Force Development Directorate in the Pentagon. Since retirement in 2007, he and his wife Lynne have been active in a variety of church-related volunteer organizations in Alexandria, Virginia.
- What West Point Means To Me – Harry DoltonLooking back now from fifty and fifty-four years when I respectively graduated from and entered West Point, there are two clear areas of the strong impression West […]
- 9-11, The Pentagon – 2001By Colonel Harry Dolton, Pentagon Numerous graduates of the Class of 1969 have served in the Pentagon over the past forty-five years in a wide array of military […]